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consequences for millions of Americans and it wouldn’t deliver on our promises to reduce the cost of health insurance for Americans" Cotton saidIn a series of television interviews White House budget director Mick Mulvaney and top White House economic adviser Gary Cohn said the CBO was focusing on the wrong metrics with the estimates it will provide on the number of people who are insured Cohn and Mulvaney said the CBO should instead should analyze whether patients can actually afford to go to a doctor"I love the folks at the CBO they work really hard they do but sometimes we ask them to do stuff they’re not capable of doing and estimating the impact of a bill of this size probably isn’t the – isn’t the best use of their time" Mulvaney told ABC’s "This Week" programSpeaking on Fox News Gary Cohn director of the White House National Economic Council said: "We will see what the score is in fact in the past the CBO score has really been meaningless" "They’ve said that many more people will be insured than are actually insured But when we get the CBO score we’ll deal with that" Cohn said’COWARDLY’The Trump administration’s criticisms of the CBO are unusual Prior administrations both Republican and Democratic steered clear of attacking the credibility of the agency which many lawmakers regard as a neutral arbiter The CBO’s current director Keith Hall was appointed by Republicans in 2015The credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has estimated 6 million to 10 million people could lose health insurance coverage under the Republican planSenator Bernie Sanders who ran for president in 2016 as a Democrat said it was "cowardly" for Republicans to proceed with a healthcare bill without CBO estimates telling CBS’ Face the Nation show: "This is a disgrace"In recent weeks Trump administration officials and Republican lawmakers have criticized what they said were overly optimistic estimates from the CBO of the number of Americans who would sign up for health insurance on government-run exchangesThe CBO estimated in 2013 that 22 million people would be purchasing insurance through the exchanges in 2016 Only 104 million were signed up for those plans by the middle of last year according to Department of Health and Human Services dataThe House Republican legislation would scrap tax penalties for Americans without health insurance roll back an expansion of Medicaid insurance for the poor and replace Obamacare’s income-based subsidies with a system of fixed tax credits to help people buy private insurance on the open marketCohn also disputed the notion that millions of people on Medicaid would become uninsured as Obamacare’s expansion of the program is rolled back over a period of years He said many of these people would be transitioned into new private and employer-sponsored plans that would become more affordable under the Republican planHouse Speaker Paul Ryan the Republican plan’s top backer in Congress said he was "certain" the CBO would show a reduction in the number of Americans with coverage"You know why Because this isn’t a government mandate" Ryan told NBC’s Meet the PressConservative Republicans said however they could not support the plan without significant changes Republican Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio a founder of the conservative House Freedom Caucus said it did not go far enough to meet Republicans’ promise to kill Obamacare"We told them we were going to replace it with something that would bring down the cost of insurance That’s what we told them" Jordan told Fox News Sunday "This legislation that the speaker’s brought forward doesn’t do that"Chelsea Manning a former US intelligence analyst who is now imprisoned published an article on Wednesday about finding out last month that the military was not going to let her grow her hair out Manning a trans woman and had petitioned the military with the support of the American Civil Liberties Union to be allowed to continue her transition in prison she wrote on Medium A tweet posted to Manning’s verified Twitter account on Sept 18 shared the news that she wouldn’t be allowed to grow her hair Bad news for me: Military continues to make me cut my hair to male standards > = | Im gonna fight in court Chelsea E Manning (@xychelsea) September 18 2015 “I didnt take the news well I felt sick I felt sad I felt gross like Frankensteins monster wandering around the countryside avoiding angry mobs with torches and pitch forks” Manning wrote on Medium “I wanted to run away I wanted to close the door to my cell turn out the lights and shun the world outside I did exactly that And then I cried and cried sniffled a little bit and then cried some more This went on until around midnight” Manning is currently serving a 35-year prison sentence in a Kansas military jail for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks Read more on Medium Contact us at editors@timecomNew Delhi: An advocate-cum-politician who has been pursuing the politically-sensitive Rs 64-crore Bofors pay-off case in the Supreme Court has questioned the move of the CBI to appeal against a Delhi High Court decision quashing charges against the Europe-based industrialists the Hinduja brothers The apex court on 1 September had posted for hearing in the week beginning 30 October the 12-year-old appeal filed by advocate and BJP leader Ajay Agarwal Agarwal had unsuccessfully contested the Lok Sabha elections in 2014 from Rae Bareli against Congress President Sonia Gandhi Agarwal has said in a letter addressed to CBI Director Alok Verma that instead of filing an appeal against the high court judgement the agency should respond to his criminal appeal and clarify its stand through an affidavit in the top court He has said that the filing of a fresh appeal by CBI would delay the matter which is coming up for hearing "I don’t know who has advised CBI to do this but certainly it is ill-advised and it is not a prudent step of the CBI and it could delay the matter for a long time" he said in his letter File image of a Bofors gun AFP The letter to the CBI has come in the wake of the recent claims by American private detective Michael Hershman who has alleged that the then Rajiv Gandhi-led Congress government had sabotaged his investigation The CBI recently said it would look into the "facts and circumstances" of the Bofors scam as claimed by Hershman who is the president and CEO of US-based private detective firm Fairfax and has claimed in recent television interviews that Rajiv Gandhi was "furious" when he (Hershman) found a Swiss bank account code named "Mont Blanc" Agarwal has written to the CBI against its decision to seek the permission of the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) to file an appeal against the high court’s 2005 order saying such a step would further delay the hearing in the matter He has requested the CBI director to look into the possibility of filing an affidavit on his appeal in which notices had been issued to all the respondents including the agency in 2005 He said the news had come on 10 August that the CBI was going to support his criminal appeal in the Supreme Court and that was "a welcome step" He had written letters on 14 August and before that on 3 August stating that the CBI should file a detailed reply in his appeal He further said the CBI should clarify its stand before the apex court in writing He also said that the agency should issue a statement that a total of Rs 477 crore was spent on the entire probe into the case according to an RTI reply given to him by the agency on March 21 2011 He claimed that the high court judgment had "erroneously mentioned" the figure of Rs 250 crore on 31 May 2005 "In these circumstances I herewith request you that instead of filing SLP (special leave petition) the CBI must file an affidavit immediately in my criminal appeal may be a short one and state everything with documentary evidence which the CBI desires to raise in the SLP" he said in his letter Justice R S Sodhi of the Delhi High Court since retired had on 31 May 2005 quashed all charges against the three Hinduja brothers — Srichand Gopichand and Prakashchand — and the Bofors company and had castigated the CBI for its handling of the case saying it had cost the exchequer about Rs 250 crore The apex court had on 18 October 2005 admitted Agarwal’s petition which was filed after the CBI failed to approach the top court with the appeal within the 90-day deadline following the high court verdict The top court’s 1 September order on the plea seeking an early hearing of the appeal assumes significance in the wake of a demand in Parliament by ruling BJP MPs for reopening the probe into the Bofors kickback scandal after media reports quoting Swedish chief investigator Sten Lindstrom suggested alleged bribery at the top level Before the 2005 verdict of Justice Sodhi another judge of the Delhi High Court Justice JD Kapoor (since retired) on 4 February 2004 had exonerated late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in the case and directed the framing of the charge of forgery under section 465 of the IPC against the Bofors company The Rs 1437-crore deal between India and Swedish arms manufacturer AB Bofors for the supply of 400 155mm Howitzer guns for the Indian Army was entered into on 24 March 1986 Swedish Radio on April 16 1987 had claimed that the company had paid bribes to top Indian politicians and defence personnel The CBI on 22 January 1990 had registered the FIR for alleged offences of criminal conspiracy cheating and forgery under the Indian Penal Code and other sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act against Martin Ardbo the then President of AB Bofors alleged middleman Win Chadda and the Hinduja brothers It had alleged that certain public servants and private persons in India and abroad had entered into a criminal conspiracy between 1982 and 1987 in pursuance of which the offences of bribery corruption cheating and forgery were committed The first chargesheet in the case was filed on 22 October 1999 against Chadda Ottavio Quattrocchi then Defence Secretary S K Bhatnagar Ardbo and the Bofors company A supplementary charge sheet was filed against the Hinduja brothers on 9 October 2000 A special CBI court in Delhi on 4 March 2011 had discharged Quattrocchi from the case saying the country could not afford to spend hard-earned money on his extradition which had already cost Rs 250 crore Quattrocchi who fled from here on 29-30 July 1993 never appeared before any court in India to face prosecution He passed away on 13 July 2013 The other accused persons who have died are Bhatnagar Chadda and Ardbo The BlackBerry phone officially died to me about two months ago when.
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after a recent statement issued by the Minnesota governor’s spokesman who said Dayton and his administration would “do everything to ensure that Minnesota’s best interests are not trampled” by the diversion projectThat statement prompted Dalrymple to call his fellow governor early last week with a suggestion for Dayton and his administration Dalrymple press aide Jody Link said“He encouraged them to speak to leaders in Moorhead and Clay County and hearing specifically from them about whether there is a need for this project” she said “He wants them to hear directly from the local leaders”Matt Swenson Dayton’s press secretary confirmed that the two governors spoke on the phone and will stay in communication“It was a very productive conversation and they’ll continue to have those” Swenson said “Certainly the governor will be in touch with local folks I know he plans to go to Moorhead soon” but is not sure a visit has been scheduledThe city of Moorhead and Minnesota’s Clay County are members of the Diversion Authority which is working with the Army Corps of Engineers to build the $18 billion project authorized by CongressThe flood control project would include a 36-mile diversion channel and “upstream staging area” that would temporarily store water when the Red River reaches significant flood stagesWilkin County in Minnesota and Richland County in North Dakota both upstream of the diversion have joined in a lawsuit to try to block the diversion’s upstream retention feature which would temporarily hold water over an area of 32500 acres when the Red River levels are 35 feet or higherThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources which is conducting an environmental review of the diversion project that is expected next spring is trying to join the lawsuit filed by the upstream opponentsThe DNR took that action after the Diversion Authority began construction several weeks ago on a ring dike to protect Oxbow Hickson and Bakke subdivision all on the North Dakota sideThe DNR had asked the Diversion Authority not to build the project until it completes its review but diversion leaders decided to go ahead with the ring dike saying the communities need protection from severe floods regardless of whether the diversion is built In tandem with the diversion channel the cities of Fargo and Moorhead also are building levees to protect the cities against the 100-year flood level and to allow significant water to pass through in tandem with the diversion to minimize downstream impactsMoorhead Mayor Del Rae Williams said city officials are eager to learn the result of the Minnesota DNR environmental review of the flood diversion project She compared the state’s review to a patient getting a “second opinion” from specialists at the Mayo Clinic“Right now we’re just waiting to see what the DNR decision is” Williams said If the DNR decision is at odds with the Army Corps of Engineers plan the corps would have to offer a different flood protection plan to protect Moorhead and other areas she said“The truth is we are in Minnesota and if our state organization says it’s not the way to go and the Diversion Authority says they’ll go ahead with it I don’t think we have a choice we have to pull out if it That’s my understanding”Williams added that she did not want to speculate about what the DNR would decide and takes her advice from experts “I have a tendency to hear what the engineers say not the politicians” she said “The rest is just drama”Kevin Campbell a Clay County commissioner and Diversion Authority board member said all of the engineers who have studied Fargo-Moorhead flood control have determined that a diversion is needed and that levees – even with significant water retention projects – will not provide adequate protectionCampbell said he was surprised to see Dayton take a position on the diversion project before the DNR finished its reviewHe also pointed out that federal and state leaders had said local governments must take the lead on Fargo-Moorhead flood protection as the metro area began to pursue better flood protection after the record 2009 Red River floodAfter lengthy review local leaders on both sides of the river came down solidly in support of the diversion Campbell said“I think he was minimizing quite a bit the value of this project to Minnesota” Campbell said of the statement by Dayton’s spokesman “The economic impacts to Moorhead would be very severe” if a flood devastated FargoAlso even though Moorhead is close to achieving 100-year flood protection Fargo officials expect to have that level of protection in about four years“Levees can fail” Campbell said “What if the levee breaks on the Minnesota side Then all of a sudden we’re not sitting so pretty”Darrell Vanyo a Cass County commissioner and Diversion Authority board chairman agreed with Campbell that it’s a positive development that the two governors are talkingVanyo agreed with Dalrymple that Dayton should consult with local leaders in Minnesota and 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